Previously known as The Transformation Trust

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Dell: Powering Transformation

Programme name:

Powering Transformation

Sector:

Business and Technology

Corporate partner:

Dell EMC

Where the programme will run:

Nationwide

Key Stage:

3

Year group:

7 & 8

Number of students from each school who can take part:

 

45 - 70

Location of programme:

Due to current restrictions related to Covid-19, the programme will be run at schools across the country.

Requirements from school:

 

Following confirmation of booking, the school should ensure that adequate numbers of staff are present during the workshop, and that the agreed number of students take part.

Cost of programme:

Free

Description:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Powering Transformation provides an outstanding opportunity for young people to take part in a workshop which will help develop their skills, extend their thinking and raise their academic aspirations.

 

Powering Transformation is back in a new format! Now taking place in your school, the 2-3 hour workshop will give your Year 7- 8 students an insight into higher education and the world of work, whilst taking part in a problem-solving challenge which focuses on solving social and environmental issues using tech! We have partnered with a wide range of universities to offer this workshop which can take place virtually (with students in school) or in person.

 

Students will have the chance to engage with Dell mentors and university student ambassadors who will dial in virtually to the workshops, offering them a key insight into both the technology sector and the world of higher education

Relevant Gatsby Benchmarks:

 

 

Gatsby Benchmark 5 - Encounters with employers and employees.

Gatsby Benchmark 7 - Encounters with further and higher education.

 

How to book:

 

You can book by completing a booking form which you will find here

 

How places are allocated:

 

These are allocated on a ‘first come first served’ basis to schools in our target market (higher than average numbers of pupils eligible for pupil premium funding) which are within reasonable distance of the specific university.